Back from the dead!
So I decided I wanted to convert the front suspension from a radius arm to a true 3 link setup. I started looking into building a new upper link, front truss, etc. and it turns out it wasn't much more money to just go ahead and buy the Clayton 3 link conversion. So that's what I did. A cop out? The easy way out? Perhaps. But my time has been very limited lately with the new job so it was the right decision for me. The radius arm setup has worked fantastic for the last 5 years, but I just felt like trying something different. I guess I got bored.
Anyway, I'll only post a couple pics of the Clayton stuff since I didn't build it...though I did do the install, of course. You'll also notice that I took the opportunity to weld in the Clayton HD track bar setup and the Currie steering with the Savvy tie rod. Here ya go.
I plan to sell my radius arms so that means I need to build new lowers. I was very happy with the length of my previous arms so I wanted to make sure I kept the same length.
Ready to be welded and painted (tomorrow).
And drilled for plug welds again. Maybe overkill, but I'm okay with that.
I'll post up more pics after I get some more work done...
And if anyone in Texas is heading to Katemcy at the end of the month, hit me up!